Anyone getting good Setzer tones with the Axe-FX? I've gotten close enough that no one cares but me, but, well, I'm sure you know the rest. What I have sounds great, but it's just not *there*. I have researched Brian Setzer's rig to the nth degree. I know he puts special tubes in his '63 Blond Bassmans so they behaves more like JTM-45s. That little tidbit actually got me closer than anything, but I think a huge part of his tone is that damn Roland Space Echo, not only delivering the repeats, but driving the amp as well. i know what mics he uses and where he places them. I know what speakers he uses in his cabs (Celestron V30s) Sadly, it seems as if every piece of gear he uses isn't included in the Axe-FX. '63 Fender Bassman Roland Space Echo RE-301 (doesn't use chorus) Blonde 2x2 cabs (I've gotten close here since he uses V30s) 50' instrument cable (OK, I don't expect that to be modeled. ) The Royer 121 is in the Axe, but the AT AE3000 is not. Here's a clip or two from his Live in Japan DVD. Killer tone: And before anyone says "It's a gretsch and a Fender", I assure you that's not enough. I have a Gretsch Setzer SSLVO, and I've owned my share of vintage Fenders, though never a Blonde Bassman. Yes it sounds great, but it doesn't sound like his rig does. I looked at the Redwirez stuff, but I don't think it's going to get me what I'm looking for. Here's a pic of his rig from his '09 Christmas tour: Such a simple rig, and such an elusive sound. Now it's entirely possible (likely even), that my Axe-FX skills aren't up to the task, so that's why I'm here. Have you manage to nail that killer Brian Setzer tone? I know I don't have his fingers, but my fingers don't suck... much. And yes... I'm obsessive.